Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 20-26 February

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Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 20-26 February

Keeping stimulation levels high and expenditure levels low.

Monday: Try Laughter Yoga at the Draper's Arms in Islington at 7pm (£5).

Tuesday: Play ingenious games with the Door in a Wall crew at the Book Club. Novel Entertainments registration starts at 6.30 for a 7pm start (£5 on the door).

Wednesday: Watch a documentary about Pop Art artist Richard Hamilton at Coldharbour Gallery, Camberwell, coinciding with the last day of current exhibition: The Day The Factory Died (photos of Andy Warhol's memorial service at St. Patrick's Cathedral in 1987) from 7pm (£4 adv, £5 on the door).

Thursday: Dress like something from space and you can get into the Spacetacular! for just £4 to see comedy, variety, science and stuff at Roxy Bar and Screen, Borough (£5 no costume).

London Fortean Society asks Are We All Doomed? and looks at 2012 and other prophecies at the Bell, E1 from 7.30pm (£3/2).

Friday: The National Army Museum hosts a War Horse Late, giving you an evening opportunity to see the exhibition from 5.30-9pm (free entry).

Guildhall Art Gallery puts on the Cat's Pyjamas with a jazzy late view of new exhibition, The Age of Elegance between 6-10pm (free entry).

Saturday: Help clean up Brent Feeder Canal in NW10 between 10am-1pm.

Sunday: Attend the Conway Hall Sunday lecture: Bad Science Beyond the Western World from 11am (£3 on the door).

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Last Updated 19 February 2012